Fisher Price’s iXL is Like an iPad for Children

Tue, Feb 23, 2010

Frisky Misc

Last week, Mashable broke news of the Fisher Price iXL, a touch-screen equipped electronic toy that the site is calling the children’s version of the iPad.

The iXL contains small educational applications/activities for kids like reading, drawing, art and music, as well as a test of your child’s handwriting.

The iXL is a fairly high-tech little device, capable of both a horizontal or portrait orientation, and will be in stores by this Christmas (the company is shooting for an October release). It’ll cost you $79.99 upon its release.

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